Submissions for Poster Presentations 2020
Our Annual Symposium will be on Friday-Saturday June 26-27, 2020. We are inviting submission of posters to be displayed at the DSMIG-USA® Symposium.
You can find information about the symposium and registration on the University of Wisconsin CME registration page
REGISTRATION opens soon!
You may wish to consider submitting:
NEW! This year the adult health work group is soliciting reviews of the treatment options for adult conditions. Authors should use the previously submitted adult health review posters (2014-2019) as a starting point. If you are not the original author of the previous review poster, but wish to work on the topic, consider contacting that author and work as a team. You should perform an updated search to identify publications focusing on treatment aspects. As some of the previous posters addressed health conditions generally, authors may select a specific condition on which to focus.
(more detailed instructions will follow)
Research Posters Data which is acquired using a research design including clinical trials, cohort studies, chart reviews, literature reviews, surveys, case series, etc. We are anticipating that a number of research posters will address Adult Health Care as DSMIG-USA continues to work toward the development of Adult Health Guidelines and decision-making tools. These posters will be displayed together under their own theme.
Case presentations that are particularly instructive, especially if related to one of the Symposium topics
Informational Posters Descriptions of new initiatives, program updates, special projects and other announcements or updates, which do not use a research design, will be considered under the theme of information sharing.
Email Abstracts to: DSMIGUSAPosters@gmail.com
A poster committee member is available upon request to provide individual guidance to you during the poster preparation process.
All abstracts should include:
Authors full names (underscore the corresponding Author)
Corresponding Author (provide email address) - all correspondence will be through this address
Organization, Department or Clinic Affiliation.
Research abstracts should also include:
Brief Introduction, Aims, Design, Methods, Main Results, Data Analysis , Summary and Conclusion, No References
Case report abstracts should also include:
Brief Introduction, Teaching goals, Case presentation, Supporting laboratory, testing or imaging data (include significant negative findings), a summary and Significance of the case
Informational abstracts should include:
An Introduction, Rationale, Description and Summary of your program announcement
Email your Abstracts and ePosters to: DSMIGUSAPosters@gmail.com